Does this make you proud of your country? As I read these stories and tell my own of having to leave my country to be with the one I love, I just can't believe this is still going on. What kind of a country does this to it's citizens and how do people let them get away with it.
It's being billed as a clash of billionaires. In the other: Pierre Omidyar, the eBay founder and his new media company, which recently won an Oscar. EBay purchased Paypal back when both companies were revolutionizing the young internet.
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Denver immigration judge Mimi Tsankov Friday halted the deportation of Sujey Pando and scheduled a new hearing in January based on her marriage to U. Sujey is an undocumented immigrant from Mexico who came to the U. She married longtime partner Violeta last year in Iowa, where same-sex marriage is legally recognized.
Malcolm Boyd died this past Friday, February 27, in Los Angeles, having been sent on his way by friends and friends-turned-family. He was the last surviving link to silent film legend Mary Pickford, anti-war and social activist he held a peace mass at the Pentagon and marched with Kinggay Episcopal priest and Canon, poet Time Magazine called him the Shakespeare of prayerand stirrer-up of all sorts of trouble. He was 91 and a half.
In a significant reprieve for the same-sex partners of American citizens facing the threat of deportation, the Obama administration on August 18 announced that such actions would no longer be pursued against foreign nationals unless they are identified as security threats, convicted criminals, or repeat immigration law violators. The Obama administration has already made a significant dent in shifting deportations toward priority cases, the official said. In fiscal yearmore than half of those deported were security risks or criminal convicts —— up from just 30 percent before the president took office —— and two-thirds of the remainder were repeat immigration law offenders, including deported individuals who had reentered the country.
Lily Pando tucks a strand of bright pink hair behind her ear before she speaks. College, regardless of where she goes, will be a huge change of scenery for Pando—the year-old high school junior has attended the same small Houston Montessori school since kindergarten. Her classmates have grown with her, shared many firsts with her, and—in eighth grade when Pando came out as transgender—figuratively transitioned with her.